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Camilla has disclaimed the china open!

Discussion in 'Hong Kong / Chinese Taipei / China Open 2003' started by SmartCivet, Nov 11, 2003.

  1. SmartCivet

    SmartCivet Regular Member

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    I think maybe she has injured!Camilla has come back to denmark.
     
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    poor thing
     
  3. Morten

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    Camilla is back in Denmark. But she is not injured, she is tired of badminton at the moment. She has said a few times in the newspaper since Denmark Open that she couldn't find the motivation. In Chinese Taipei Open it all colapsed and she didn't care if she lost or won, so she decided to take a rest from badminton tournaments and be ready for 2004..
     
  4. wl2172

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    I hope she returns strong and her confidence renewed. She is a wonderful player and gives women singles more flavour than an otherwise Chinese dominated field.
     
  5. LazyBuddy

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    Total respect for CM.

    However, with current skill lvl, CM hardly can fight through the CHN lady army now days. So many times these months, CM being eliminated by CHN ladies (including ex, Wang Chen) in earlier round rather than final or semi.
     

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